Restoring the Visual Clinician

Restoring the Visual Clinician

Saturday, April 14, 2018 - 9:00am to 6:00pm
Ronda Nelson, Ph.D, MH
This seminar is CE APPLIED for 8 CE hours for DC, L.Ac., RN, ND
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The body is full of clues, if we know where to look. The head, face, neck and hands provide a wealth of information for the trained eye to discover. Signs indicating possible dysfunctions are abundant in these areas, providing unique clues for customizing herbal and nutritional protocols for the patient. Practitioners attending this seminar will come away with the knowledge of how to quickly asses the signs of dysfunction appearing on the head, face, neck and hands in order to provide a more tailored nutritional approach for their patients.

• Review the architecture and anatomy of the face
• Recognize the ten most common physical signs on the face
• Gain confidence when using the face as a way to determine changes in physiology
• Recognize the five key signs in each of the areas discussed: eyes, cheeks, forehead,chin, neck, ears, nose, hands and hair
• Basic review possible physiologic dysfunctions of each
• Develop appropriate nutritional protocols to support normal physiology

About the speaker

Ronda L. Nelson, PhD, MH
Ronda L. Nelson, PhD, MH

Redding, CA-based Ronda Nelson, holds a PhD in Wholistic Nutrition and is a Master Herbalist. Her clinical emphasis is aimed at uncovering and addressing the underlying cause of dysfunction rather than addressing only the symptoms. She works primarily on endocrine-related issues for both men and women as well as digestion and children’s health concerns. Dr. Nelson is well versed in saliva testing, hair mineral analysis, and functional interpretation of blood panels. A dynamic presenter, Dr. Nelson teaches continuing education seminars 25 weekends each year and consults with practitioners all across the globe who are interested in improving and enhancing their own clinical skills.